kitchen_renovation_sneak_peek

I am so thankful for all the comments and well wishes you have given me over the past six months. Many of those comments have lifted my spirits during the long kitchen renovation process. Your belief in me has truly allowed me to take on projects I would have probably shied away from.

After 6.5 months, we finally unpacked our boxes and officially moved back into the kitchen. The plumber hooked up our sink and dishwasher on Tuesday. It was a milestone for us. My boys (young and adult) acted as if the kitchen sink was a thing of wonder.

boys_looking_at_sink

As a thank you for helping me through the process of building our kitchen back after the leak, I’m giving you a little sneak peek of the progress. It’s not complete, but I feel like I owe you this little video preview:

Source List:

 

Just getting caught up on our kitchen renovation? You can read ALL about how we went from a small water leak to bare studs to a working kitchen!

PHGFancySign

 

62 replies
Newer Comments »
  1. Beth @ Sawdust and Embryos
    Beth @ Sawdust and Embryos says:

    Brittany, it’s looking AMAZING! That sink… UGH! Also, isn’t it crazy how much under-cabinet lighting adds to a kitchen? Makes it feel so much more ‘gourmet’ and classy. Love following along on your kitchen adventures and can’t wait to see the finished reveal!

    Reply
  2. Jeanette
    Jeanette says:

    I think I’m in love with your kitchen. It is BEAUTIFUL! It inspires me to think about what I want to do when I get ready to remodel mine. I think my favorite thing is the mismatched hardware. So pretty!!!

    Reply
  3. Colleen Taylor
    Colleen Taylor says:

    This is beautiful Brittany! I’m so happy & excited for you & wow do you ever deserve this & more. It’s all so fabulous, difficult to name & would take too long to list all the things I love.

    Reply
  4. Barbara in CT
    Barbara in CT says:

    I am so relieved that you have a working kitchen. You have really been through the ‘ringer’ lately. I admire the way you have handled everything that has been handed to you. Your kitchen is lovely. You have many years ahead of you to enjoy it with your boys.

    Reply
    • Brittany Bailey
      Brittany Bailey says:

      Jessica,

      At times it was trying, but I just kept myself busy. And sometimes I’m amazed that 6.5 months have passed. And sometimes when I think about October 2012, it seems years ago!

      Reply
  5. kristin
    kristin says:

    Oh it’s gorgeous, so pretty! Such a rough road you have been through….I love that sink and faucet….You give me hope that we can get through our kitchen disaster as well…thank you!!
    XO
    Kristin

    Reply
  6. Michele @ The Scrap Shoppe
    Michele @ The Scrap Shoppe says:

    It looks AMAZING, Brittany!!! I can’t wait to see it completely finished. 🙂
    Yay for having running water!
    I love, love, LOVE that window and sink! They look perfect together. Congrats on getting so much done!! Its definitely a dream kitchen. 🙂

    Reply
  7. Joy Bailey
    Joy Bailey says:

    It’s looking great! I love love your cabinet hardware, and the counter tops are gorgeous! We are remodeling our bathroom right now and feel like we are in the same boat as you, it will be done eventually and be so worth it in the end. Thanks for being encouraging and keep up the beautiful work:) Love your name by the way… I’m a Bailey girl too!!;)

    Reply
  8. ERIN
    ERIN says:

    I love your new sink! I’m curious about the dish of little hand towels. How do you use them? It looks like a clever way to avoid using too many paper towels.

    Reply
    • Brittany Bailey
      Brittany Bailey says:

      Erin,

      I just picked up the dish and washcloths at HomeGoods. And yes, it has replaced our paper towel addiction. So far I’ve been using them for several days and I’m liking it.

      Reply
  9. Barb@The Everyday Home
    [email protected] Everyday Home says:

    Brittany – I cannot wait to see your reveal, and I am elated for you that you finally have the heart of your home back. I cannot imagine how you have survived all of these months but survive you did, and look what a beautiful kitchen you have to show for all of your hard work and efforts. I know you must feel very proud.

    xxoo

    Reply

Trackbacks & Pingbacks

Newer Comments »

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.